Sheet Music – £ – Subito For Violin And Piano, by Witold Lutoslawski. Commissioned by the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. For violin and piano. Commissioned by the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. One of the composer’s last works, dating from the same year as. Subito was commissioned as a test piece by the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis with a special grant from World Life and Accident.
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Subito : for violin and piano (1992)
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Subito for Violin and Piano
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It was commissioned by the World Life and Accident Corporation in Richmond, Indiana, as a compulsory piece in the program of the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, at which it was first performed in September in succession by the 16 semi-finalists of the Competition on the principle of a multiple world premiere.
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No Linguistic Content View all editions and formats Rating: As if in subitk manner, the composer uses in this work his strategy of interchanging refrains and episodes; in reference lutoslawskl the idea of chain form, the lengthened episodes “consume” the time given to the refrains. The title “suddenly” is suggestive of the mood of changeability that results from the frequent, abrupt changes of rhythm, dynamic, and mode of attack”.
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